Farming is all about timing, but climate change is changing the rules

By Mai Nguyen There was a worrying absence of metronomic clicks. I took out my voltmeter and detected only a faint current in the sheep fencing. In search of the impediment, I checked the solar panel output, connections, and electric twine that made up the portable fence. The problem lay in an entanglement of wire and brambles. I wondered if I should corral the sheep into their pen while I fixed the problem or leave them grazing. It was already late... Read More